Microsoft Brings BlueTrack Sensors to 3 Entry Level Mice

Posted by at 1:52 pm on February 24, 2010

Wireless Mouse 2000

Microsoft today launched three mice which finally bring the company’s BlueTrack sensors to entry-level mice.

The Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 should give notebook users a simple blue laser mouse that can work on unusual surfaces. It works as a simple, ambidextrous three-button mouse with scrolling but has an RF-based USB nano transceiver. Microsoft claims the mouse has eight months of typical use between charges.

The Wireless Mouse 2000 is a full size mouse which achieves the same effects and is better suited to desktops.   It also sports a tilting scroll wheel.

The wired Comfort Mouse 4500 has to plug in through USB but has the advantages of five customizable buttons.

All but the Mouse 2000 will come in multiple shell colors, work with both Macs and Windows PCs, and ship in March. Both wireless mice will cost $30, while USB drops the price of the Comfort Mouse 4500 to $25

Wireless Mouse 3500

Wireless Mouse 3500

Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500

Microsoft Comfort Mouse 4500

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